2015 State of the Satellite Industry Report

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2015 State of the Satellite Industry Report
State of the
Satellite Industry
Report
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September 2015
Satellite Industry Association:
20 Years as the Voice of the U.S. Satellite Industry
SIA MEMBER COMPANIES
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Study Overview
•  SIA’s 18th annual study of satellite industry data
•  Performed by The Tauri Group
•  Reports on 2014 activity derived from unique data
sets, including proprietary surveys, in-depth public
information, and independent analysis
•  All data are global, unless otherwise noted
•  Prior year revenues are not adjusted for inflation
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2014 Satellite Industry Indicators Summary
Mobile ($3.3B)
Earth Observation Services ($1.6B)
Fixed
$17.1
Ground
Equipment
$58.3
$122.9B
Satellite Services
4%
$203.0B
$5.9
$100.9
2014 Global Revenues
Consumer
$5.9
Launch
Industry
$15.9
4%
Growth
2013 − 2014
Satellite
Services
$122.9
Non-U.S.
$15.9B
Satellite
Manufacturing
Network
$10.0
$58.3B
Non-U.S.
$17.9
$3.5
5%
$5.9B
Launch
$31.1
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U.S.
$9.3
Ground Equipment
Satellite
Manufacturing
1%
Consumer
(Non-GNSS)
Consumer
(GNSS)
$2.4
9%
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U.S.
Global Satellite Industry Revenues
Global Satellite Industry Revenues ($ Billions)
$250
$ Billions
$200
$150
2.3X
$100
$50
$89
$106
$122
$144
$161
$168
$177
$189
$195
$203
Ten-Year
Global Industry
Growth
$0
Growth Rate
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
7%
19%
15%
18%
11%
5%
6%
7%
3%
4%
Global satellite industry grew 4% in 2014, slightly above worldwide
economic growth (2.6%) and U.S. growth (2.4%)
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U.S. Portion
of Global Satellite Industry Revenues
$250
$200
Average yearly
U.S. market share
of global
industry
Total:
$168.0B
$150
$ Billions
43%
Total:
$160.8B
Total:
$177.4B
$100
$50
$88.3
$94.3
$101.2
Total:
$188.8B
$106.8
Total:
$195.2B
$109.2
Total:
$203.0B
$115.8
$72.4
$73.8
$76.2
$81.9
$85.9
$87.2
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Growth Rate
11%
4%
6%
6%
3%
4%
U.S. Growth
12%
2%
3%
7%
5%
2%
Non-U.S. Growth
11%
7%
7%
6%
2%
6%
Non-U.S.
Satellite
Industry
U.S.
Satellite
Industry
$0
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The Satellite Industry in Context
Telecommunications
Non-Satellite
Industry
$119.7B
$322.7B
Global Space
Industry
Satellite Services
$122.9B
Consumer Equipment
•  Earth Science
•  Space Science
$203B
Satellite
Industry
(63% of Space
Industry)
National Security
$15.9B
Satellite Manufacturing
Launch Industry
•  Sat TV, radio, and broadband equipment
•  GNSS stand-alone units & in-vehicle systems
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Agriculture
Change Detection
Disaster Mitigation
Meteorology
Resources
Science
Growth
2013 − 2014
$58.3B
Television
Telephone
Broadband
Aviation
Maritime
Road and Rail
Earth Observation
• 
• 
• 
• 
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1%
Ground Equipment
• 
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Core of the Space
Industrial Base
Network •  Gateways •  NOCs
•  SNG equipment
Equipment •  VSATs
Notes: Network operations centers (NOCs), satellite news gathering (SNG), very small aperture terminal
(VSAT) equipment, global navigation satellite systems (GNSS)
4%
Growth
2013 − 2014
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The Satellite Network in Context
Operational Satellites by Function
(as of December 31, 2014)
Meteorology
Scientific
Military Surveillance
8%
Navigation
R&D
5%
8%
1,261
14%
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38%
»  >50% are communications
satellites
»  38% are commercial
communications satellites
•  57 countries operate at
least one satellite (some as
part of regional consortia)
Total Operational
Satellites
11%
Earth Observation
Services
Commercial
Communications
2%
•  1,261 operating satellites as
of year-end 2014
14%
Government
Communications
Source: The Tauri Group. Note: “Earth Observation Services” is new label for what was formerly referred to as
“Remote Sensing” (this is a definitional change only)
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Top-Level Global Satellite Industry Findings
•  Satellite industry revenue was $203 billion in 2014
•  Overall industry growth of 4% worldwide
•  All four satellite industry segments posted growth
4%
Satellite services, the largest segment, revenues grew by 4%
Consumer services continues to be a key driver for the overall satellite industry
Satellite manufacturing revenues grew by 1%
1%
9%
Slower growth than in 2013, due to a smaller number of expensive commercial GEO and
government satellites launched in 2014, partially offset by an increase in the total number
of satellites launched
Launch industry revenues grew by 9%
Higher number of European and U.S. launches of commercial satellites than prior year
Ground equipment revenues grew by 5%
5%
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Growth in consumer and network equipment, and consumer GNSS remaining flat
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Satellite Industry Segments
Satellite Services
•  Consumer Services
»  Satellite Television
»  Satellite Radio
»  Satellite Broadband
•  Fixed Satellite Services
»  Transponder Agreements
»  Managed Network Services (including
spaceflight management services)
•  Mobile Satellite Services
»  Mobile Data
»  Mobile Voice
•  Earth Observation Services
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Global Satellite Services Revenue
$140
Earth
Observation
$120
$ Billions
$100
Mobile
Fixed
4%
$80
$60
$40
2013 − 2014
Global
Growth
$20
Consumer
$0
Growth Rate
Total
Consumer
Satellite TV (DBS/DTH)
Satellite Radio (DARS)
Satellite Broadband (3)
Fixed
Transponder Agreements (1)
Managed Services (2)
Mobile
Voice
Data
Earth Observation
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2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
10%
9%
6%
5%
5%
4%
$92.8
$101.3
$107.8
$113.5
$118.6
$122.9
$75.3
$83.1
$88.6
$93.3
$98.1
$100.9
$71.8
$2.5
$1.0
$79.1
$2.8
$1.2
$84.4
$3.0
$1.2
$88.4
$3.4
$1.5
$92.6
$3.8
$1.7
$95.0
$4.2
$1.8
$14.4
$15.0
$15.7
$16.4
$16.4
$17.1
$11.0
$3.4
$11.1
$3.9
$11.4
$4.3
$11.8
$4.6
$11.8
$4.6
$12.3
$4.8
$0.7
$1.5
$0.7
$1.6
$0.7
$1.7
$0.7
$1.8
$0.8
$1.8
$0.9
$2.3
$1.0
$1.1
$1.3
$1.5
$1.6
$2.2
$1.0
$2.3
$2.4
$2.4
$2.6
$3.3
Notes: Numbers may not sum exactly due to rounding. (1) Includes capacity for DTH satellite
TV platforms. (2) Includes VSAT networks. (3) Improved 2014 data results in understatement
of broadband growth rate from 2013.
The U.S. share of
satellite services
revenue in 2014
was
41%
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Satellite Services Findings:
Consumer Services Highlights
The consumer services segment, consisting of satellite television, radio,
and broadband, grew by 3% and was the largest contributor to overall
satellite services revenues
Satellite TV Services
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Satellite TV services (DBS/DTH) account for
77% of all satellite services revenues, and
94% of consumer revenues
About 230 million satellite TV subscribers
worldwide, driven by growth in emerging
markets
42% of global revenues attributed to U.S.
More HD channels added, driving premium
service revenues up
»  First commercial 4K Ultra HD (UHD) channel
launched in U.S. in late 2014
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• 
More UHD channels to be launched in 2015,
live broadcasts seen as main driver
Compression technologies continue to
improve; near-term possibility of 2.5 times
bandwidth savings
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Satellite
Radio ($4B)
Broadband ($2B)
Satellite Radio
• 
• 
$100.9B
• 
Satellite
Consumer Services
Revenue in 2014
Satellite Broadband
• 
$95B
Satellite TV
Satellite radio (DARS) revenues
grew by 10% in 2014
Satellite radio subscribers grew
7% in 2014 to 27.3 million
Primarily U.S. customer base
• 
Over 1.6 million subscribers,
mostly in the U.S.
Revenue grew slightly faster than
subscribership
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Satellite Services Findings
•  Fixed satellite services grew by 4%
»  Revenues for transponder agreements grew 4% compared to no growth in 2013
»  Revenues for managed services grew 4% compared to no growth in 2013
•  Mobile satellite services grew 25%
»  Mobile satellite voice revenues grew 19%, compared to 11% in 2013
»  Mobile satellite data revenues grew 27%, compared to 5% in 2013
o  Data services for aviation major contributor to mobile satellite data growth
•  Earth observation services revenues grew 9%
»  Continued growth by established satellite remote sensing companies, with
government sales driving demand
»  New entrants continued to raise capital, develop satellites, and deploy initial
constellations
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Case Study: Consumer Broadband
Over Satellite
•  Keys to success for today’s satellite broadband:
•  Comparable to terrestrial
»  Comparable to cable and fiber in terms of speed and
price
»  Available nationwide, not just in select areas
•  Maturation and combining of advanced technologies
(frequency reuse, spot beams, and on-board
processing) defined new, high throughput satellites
(HTS)
•  Substantial reduction in cost per unit of throughput
•  Growing demand and customer confidence due to
high data rates and reliable service
»  Satellite broadband operator ranked first in peak period
download speeds among 14 terrestrial and satellite
broadband providers in the FCC 2013 and 2014
reports “Measuring Broadband America”
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1990s
•  Large constellations proposed, all canceled
•  Expensive technology
•  Cost-effective terrestrial competition
2000s
•  Smaller regional systems proposed and
deployed
»  Wildblue
»  Spaceway
•  Technical success, test bed for new
technologies, bandwidth cost reduction
•  Acquisitions by established players
Present
•  Five major systems today and expanding:
»  Eutelsat Tooway, HughesNet, ViaSat Exede,
Inmarsat Global Xpress, O3b
•  Four providers affiliated with established
satellite operators (DTH, FSS, or MSS)
•  50% revenue growth over 5 years
•  Subscribers grew 14% annually, tracking the
revenue growth
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• 
New competitors have recently emerged
» 
» 
Typically founded and financed by IT/analytics/tech sector
Objective to provide real-time or near-real time imagery using the
Internet
» 
Smaller satellites, with lower costs of manufacture, launch, and
operation
» 
» 
Customer base is developing
Sophisticated data analytics on the ground
Commercial satellite meteorology on the horizon
» 
» 
Three companies seeking to provide weather data using LEO satellitebased radio occultation (measuring response of satellite signals
traveling through atmosphere)
Two companies seeking to provide weather data using imagery
Notes: Multispectral capability provides spectrum for an entire image. Hyperspectral capability
adds an additional layer of information by providing spectrum data for each pixel in an image.
List of operators is not comprehensive. The status of Dauria-Elecnor Perseus system is unclear
following financial restructuring of Dauria and purchase of Elecnor Deimos by Urthecast.
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Airbus D&S
BlackBridge
DigitalGlobe
DMCii
ImageSat
MDA
Planet Labs
Skybox
Spire Global
Aquila Space
BlackSky Global
GeoOptics
HySpecIQ
NorStar
OmniEarth
PlanetiQ
Tempus Global
Urthecast
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Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Small Sat (<200kg)
Meteorological Focus
Video
Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Radio Occultation
Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Radar
Planned
Hyperspectral
Operational
Near Infrared/Infrared
• 
Typically founded and financed by space industry
Objective to provide high resolution imagery
Medium to large satellites with advanced, custom-designed payloads
Governments as primary customers
Increasing satellite sophistication: on-board data processing and optical
communications for downlink
Multispectral
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» 
» 
» 
» 
Panchromatic (B&W)
For many years, global Earth observation services were
offered by small number of operators
High revisit time (<1dy)
• 
High Resolution (<1m)
Case Study:
Earth Observation Services
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Satellite Manufacturing
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Satellite Manufacturing Revenues
$18
$16
$ Billions
$14
Average: $13.75B
$12
$6.4
$5.8
$10
$5.1
$8
$7.6
$2
$5.6
$5.9
1%
$5.6
$6
$4
$4.8
$6.3
$8.2
$10.9
$10.0
2013 − 2014
Global
Growth
Non-U.S.
$0
Total
Growth Rate
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
$13.4
29%
$10.7
-20%
$11.9
10%
$14.6
23%
$15.7
8%
$15.9
1%
United States
•  Worldwide 2014 revenues totaled $15.9 billion
•  U.S. share of global revenues was 63%, a decrease from 69% in 2013
NOTE: Satellite manufacturing revenues are recorded in the year the launch was conducted.
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Satellite Manufacturing Findings
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208 satellites launched in 2014, almost double the 107
launched in 2013
130 CubeSats launched represented 63% of total
Most CubeSats were used for Earth observation
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10%
Scientific (1%)
5%
208
Satellites
Launched
in 2014
Earth
Observation
Services
Meteorology (2%)
Meteorology (2%)
Navigation
Military Surveillance
Commercial
Communications
Navigation
16%
9%
6%
15%
Civil/Military
Communications
51%
Commercial
Communications
25%
208
Satellites
Launched
in 2014
R&D
38%
8%
Civil/Military
Communications
R&D (1%)
9%
Earth Observation Services
Military Surveillance
Scientific (2%)
Number of Spacecraft Launched
by Mission Type (2014)
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Communications satellites represented 33% of total revenues
generated
Military surveillance satellites accounted for 38% of total
revenues generated in 2014, compared to 30% in 2013
CubeSats represented less than 1% of total value
Value of Spacecraft Launched
by Mission Type (2014)
Note: Does not include satellites built by governments or
universities. Data based on unclassified sources.
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U.S. Satellite Manufacturing Findings
•  U.S. satellite manufacturing revenues
decreased 9%, with revenues from both
government and commercial sectors
proportionally lower
•  75% of U.S. satellite manufacturing
revenues were from U.S. government
contracts
•  Discounting CubeSats, U.S. firms built 29%
of the satellites launched in 2014 and
earned 62% of the revenues
»  Including CubeSats, U.S. firms built about 62% of
the satellites launched in 2014 and earned 63% of
global satellite manufacturing revenues
»  99 of the 130 U.S.-built satellites launched in
2014 were CubeSats
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All Other (4%)
Japan
Russia
China
5%
5%
4%
208
20%
Europe
Satellites
Launched
in 2014
62%
U.S.
Value of Spacecraft Launched by Country/Region
of Manufacturer (2014)
Note: Does not include satellites built by governments or
universities. Data based on unclassified sources.
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Future Indicator: Commercial Satellite
Manufacturing Orders
•  Orders for 21 commercial GEO satellites were
announced in 2014
•  12 orders were won by U.S. manufacturers
•  57% share of orders won by U.S. firms is a
decline from 65% in 2013
Europe
43%
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2014
GEO Satellite
Orders
57%
Number of Satellites Ordered
U.S.
45
80%
40
70%
35
60%
30
18
50%
25
20
15
10
5
0
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40%
16
12
9
12
15
12
12
5
2
9
2008
2009
30%
20%
6
6
6
6
3
3
3
2010
2011
2012
2013
5
9
10%
0%
U.S. GEO Orders
Europe GEO
Orders
All Other GEO
Orders
U.S. Satellite
Orders (%)
2014
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Case Study:
Very Small Satellites
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• 
Continued and growing interest in inexpensive very
small satellites
CubeSats are an established “kit” form of very small
satellite in use for academic, government, and,
increasingly, commercial purposes
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• 
130 CubeSats were launched in 2014, up from 91 in 2013, with
84 sent into orbit via ISS (28 CubeSats lost in Antares failure in
October)
101 commercial CubeSats launched in 2014 for Earth
observation services and communications, up from 8 in 2013.
The vast majority (93) are built and operated by Planet Labs
Total expenditure to build all CubeSats since 2005 estimated at
less than $100M
Growing concern regarding collisions with CubeSats – NASA
first major operator to say it has moved satellites to avoid
CubeSats
Commercial constellations using customized very
small satellites (under 200 kg) are in development
» 
» 
Skybox: High resolution, multispectral sensors, up to 24 sats
planned, 2 launched to date
OneWeb: Telecommunications, function more as nodes
compared to traditional comsats, 100s of satellites planned,
zero launched to date
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Number of CubeSats Launched by Year (2005-2014)
140
120
100
80
60
28 lost in launch failure
40
20
0
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
What is a CubeSat?
•  A CubeSat is a cube-shaped satellite bus measuring 10cm on a side, with a
mass of 1-2 kilograms
•  Can be stacked together (2U, 3U, 6U) depending on mission
•  Costs
»  Low Cost: Basic 1U CubeSat bus kits can be purchased for $10,000; with
payload development it will cost roughly $100,000 per unit
»  Moderate Cost: Boeing-built CubeSat platforms for NRO are expected to
cost no more than $250,000
»  Higher Cost: NASA expects that CubeSats used for planetary science
missions may cost $3-$10 million
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Satellite Industry Segments
Launch Industry
•  Launch Services
•  Launch Vehicles
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Satellite Launch Industry Revenues
$7
$6
9%
Average: $5.2B
$ Billions
$5
$4
$2.7
$3
$3.2
$3.5
$3.8
$3.0
$2.0
$2.4
$2.4
2013 − 2014
Global
Growth
$3.2
$2
$2.0
$1
$1.2
$1.6
$0
Total
Growth Rate
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2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
$4.5
17%
$4.4
-2%
$4.8
9%
$5.8
21%
$5.4
-7%
$5.9
9%
Non-U.S.
United States
$5.9B global revenues in 2014 from commercially-procured satellite launches
U.S. share of global launch revenues decreased from 45% in 2013 to 41% in 2014
Note: Launch industry revenues are recorded in the year
the launch was conducted.
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Satellite Launch Industry Findings
•  The number of commercially-procured launches conducted
worldwide in 2014 (73) was up from 2013 (62)
•  Revenues increased by about 9% globally in 2014,
compared with a 7% decrease in 2013. The higher revenues
stemmed from more European and U.S. launches of
commercial satellites, including:
Beyond
GEO
MEO
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»  10 Arianespace launches in 2014 versus 6 in 2013
»  5 launches by U.S. providers Lockheed Martin and SpaceX, versus 2
in 2013
»  4 launches by MHI Launch Services (Japan), versus 1 in 2013
•  Government customers worldwide remained the launch
revenue driver, at 72% of commercially-procured satellite
launch revenues, slightly higher than in 2013 (70%)
•  By country, the U.S. had the largest share of commerciallyprocured launch revenues (41%), with 34% of global
revenues coming from launching U.S. government satellites
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Total
GEO
24
73
LEO
38
2014 Commercially-Procured
Satellite Launches by Orbit
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Future Indicator: Commercial Satellite
Launch Orders
Russia: 1 (5%)
U.S.
10
(45%)
2014
Orders
22
11
(50%)
Number of Launches Ordered
Europe
•  Orders to launch 22 satellites were placed in 2014,
down from 32 in 2013
•  11 (50%) satellite launch orders were won by U.S.
companies, up 83% from 2013
•  Russian launch providers experienced a dramatic
drop in orders due to reliability issues and Ukraine
conflict
U.S. Commercial
60
60%
50
50%
31
40
40%
15
30
5
20
13
10
8
0
2008
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20
9
14
14
13
2009
8
14
30%
6
3
8
4
4
11
18
6
5
2
4
2010
2011
2012
2013
11
1
20%
10%
10
0%
2014
NOTE: A single launch contract may cover the launch of more than one
satellite (each described as an “order”).
Launch Orders
Russia
Commercial
Launch Orders
Europe
Commercial
Launch Orders
All Other Commercial
Launch Orders
U.S. Market Share (%)
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Satellite Industry Segments
Ground Equipment
•  Network Equipment
»  Gateways
»  Control stations
»  Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSATs)
•  Consumer Equipment
»  Satellite TV dishes
»  Satellite radio equipment
»  Satellite broadband dishes
»  Satellite phones and mobile satellite terminals
»  Satellite navigation stand-alone hardware
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Global Satellite Ground Equipment
Revenues
$60
Network
Equipment
$50
Consumer
Equipment:
Consumer
Equipment:
Satellite TV,
Radio,
Broadband,
and Mobile
(Non-GNSS)
$8.4
$9.9
$9.3
5%
$40
$ Billions
Satellite
Navigation
(GNSS)
$6.9
$7.5
$8.8
$30
$31.1
$31.9
$32.2
$32.2
$31.1
$31.1
2013 − 2014
Global
Growth
$20
$10
$11.9
$12.2
$12.2
$12.8
$15.6
$17.9
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
$49.9
8%
$51.6
3%
$52.8
2%
$54.9
4%
$55.5
1%
$58.3
5%
$0
Total
Growth Rate
The U.S. share of
ground equipment
revenue in 2013
was
41%
Network Equipment — gateways, network operations centers (NOCs), satellite news gathering (SNG) equipment, flyaway antennas, very small
aperture terminal (VSAT) equipment
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Consumer Equipment — Non-GNSS: satellite TV, radio, and broadband equipment, mobile satellite terminals. GNSS: stand-alone satellite
navigation devices and in-vehicle services. Excludes chipsets in devices (e.g., smartphones) whose primary use is not satellite navigation
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Ground Equipment Findings
•  Total satellite ground equipment revenues increased 5% in 2014
•  Network equipment revenues increased 6%
•  Consumer equipment for satellite navigation (or GNSS, for global
navigation satellite system) represents about 53% of overall ground
equipment revenue, down from 57% in 2013
»  Revenue stayed flat, reflecting further migration away from standalone devices toward embedded chipsets
»  See case study on following page
•  Consumer equipment for satellite TV, radio, broadband, and mobile
satellite terminals (non-GNSS) revenues grew 15% with more
terminals in service across all segments in 2014
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Case Study:
Market for Satellite Navigation
•  GNSS market includes
»  Consumer equipment tracked by SIA: stand-alone units and in-vehicle systems
»  Other market segments: chipsets supporting location-based services in mobile devices; traffic information
systems; GNSS avionics in aircraft, maritime, surveying, and rail (not included in SIA indicators)
•  Chart below shows SIA data combined with data on other GNSS market segments
»  Consumer equipment revenue is flat; other market segments show growth
»  Data source for other market segments: European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency, which
recently began tracking global GNSS market segments in detail
$80.0
$70.0
$60.0
$50.0
$40.0
$20.5
$35.7
$43.5
Other market segments
(data from European
GNSS Agency)
$30.0
$20.0
$10.0
$32.2
$31.1
$31.1
2012
2013
2014
Consumer equipment
tracked by SIA
$0.0
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2014 U.S. Employment Estimates
(Private Sector Employment Only)
•  In 2014, satellite industry employment in the U.S. decreased by 13,289 jobs (-6%)
•  Four of the satellite industry segments lost jobs as of 2014 (compared to 2013)
» 
» 
» 
» 
Satellite Services employment decreased by 3,060 jobs, or -4% (2013: +5%)
Satellite Manufacturing employment decreased by 1,508 jobs, or -6% (2013: -4%)
Launch Industry employment decreased by 1,071 jobs, or -2% (2013: +2%)
Ground Equipment employment decreased by 7,650 jobs, or -9% (2013: -4%)
300,000
Number of Jobs
250,000
Satellite
Services
200,000
Satellite
Manufacturing
150,000
100,000
Launch Industry
50,000
Ground Equipment
0
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
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Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
Summary: Top-Level Global Satellite
Industry Findings
• Satellite industry revenue was
$203 billion in 2014
• All satellite industry segments surveyed
posted growth in 2014
»  Growth of 4% worldwide in 2014
»  Increase from 3% growth rate in 2013
Global Satellite Industry Revenue ($ Billions)
$250
$ Billions
$200
»  Satellite services, the largest segment, grew by
4% - consumer services continues to be a key
driver for the overall satellite industry
»  Satellite manufacturing revenues grew by 1%,
slower growth than 2013, due to smaller number
of expensive commercial GEO and government
satellites launched in 2014, partially offset by
increase in total number of satellites launched
$150
$100
$161
$168
$177
$189
2009
2010
2011
2012
$195
$203
2013
2014
$50
$0
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4%
2013 – 2014 Global Growth
»  Launch industry revenues grew by 9% in 2014,
reflecting higher number of European and U.S.
launches of commercial satellites
»  Ground equipment revenues increased 5% in
2014, with growth in consumer and network
equipment, and consumer GNSS remaining flat
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Contact
For more information on the satellite industry,
or for previous SSIR reports, please contact SIA:
Satellite Industry Association
[email protected]
202-503-1560
www.sia.org
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The Tauri Group
space.taurigroup.com

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